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Talk to a Viner and he/she wouldn’t take a pause while going gaga over Lele Pons for her videos on Vine. An internet personality, Lele Pons has become a name to reckon with in the virtual world, thanks to her Vine account that has earned her millions of fans and followers. At 8.4 billion loops on Vine, Lele Pons has become the most looped person and the most followed female star on Vine. Most of Pons' videos center on practical jokes which she casts on herself, her friends, her classmates, and her family. Lele Pons mostly uses physical and relatable comedy, which are her favorite types of comedy. She is credited as the creator of the phrase ‘Do It For The Vine’. In 2015, she was invited to the White House to create Vines to support the First Lady’s campaign for disadvantaged kids to go to college. This apart, Lele Pons has a book to her credit, ‘Surviving Highschool’ which she penned along with New York Times bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz.
Do you think the most looped person and the most followed female star on Vine can make a person special? No, of course not! Do you think a person with the most gorgeous of faces, having a stunning diva style and an infectious smile that can melt a thousand hearts make a person special? Nah! How about a person who has been nominated for three Teen Choice Awards, a People’s Choice Award, and a Streamy Award and featured in Vanity Fair, The New York Times, Teen Vogue, Time magazine, and more special? Well, no isn’t it? Then, how about having all of this in a single person profile? Will that make a person special? Without a doubt, it is a yes! Period!
Talk of Lele Pons and the first thing that strikes the mind is Vine! A Venezuelan national, Lele Pons reached the American shores when she was just five. Educated at the Miami Country Day School, she relocated herself to Los Angeles after her Vine success. Though the world knows her as a Viner, there is more to this chirpy beauty than her six second video loops. She is an ace writer. Lele Pons collaborated with New York Times bestselling author Melissa de la Cruz, for her book, ‘Surviving Highschool’ that was released in April 2016. She is even a philanthropist. In 2015, she was invited to the White House to create Vines to support the First Lady’s (Michele Obama) campaign for disadvantaged kids to go to college. Quite a woman, must say!
Eleonara Pons, better known as Lele Pons, was born on June 25, 1996 in Caracas, Venezuela. Not much is known of her family, including her parents and siblings. She immigrated to United States when she was five. In USA, Pons resided in Miami, Florida. She completed her education from Miami Country Day School in 2015 and later moved to Los Angeles. Interestingly, today the most looped person on Vine, Lele Pons was once bullied by her high school classmates for her accent and nose. She even published a book on the same titled, ‘Surviving Highschool’. Lele is rumoured to have been dating fellow Viner, Twan Kuyper.
Age is just a number for Eleonara Pons, better known as Lele Pons, who have defied all rules and norms and transcended above the regular to stand out and make a space of her own in the virtual world. The most looped person on Vine, Lele Pons first tryst with app-ing began when he got hold of her first phone at the age of 15. It was one of her best friends who introduced her to Vine, while Viner Jereme Jarre convinced her to continue making videos on Vine. When Lele Pons began, she thought that the forum gave her the opportunity to explore her creative side. In no time, she became the app’s most prominent users. With each video, her versatility enhanced and so did her finesses. In a matter of days, Lele Pons was at the top of her game and no sooner became the first user to surpass 1 billion video loops in Vine. She is credited for being the creator of the phrase ‘Do It For The Vine’. As of June 13, 2016, Pons has hit 8.4 billion loops on Vine which makes her the most looped person on Vine, and 11.1 million followers. She is also the most followed female star on Vine. She has been nominated for numerous awards and has also been on the Aol.com list of 10 most entertaining Latino stars on Vine.